Social housing landlords are evicting low-income domestic violence survivors because the abuse they suffer can be considered a “nuisance” breach under existing tenancy laws, a new study has found. In shocking
Australia should immediately release a legally blind and mentally ill Tamil refugee who has languished in immigration detention for nearly a decade, a key United Nations body has said. In a scathing assessment
A Sydney syndicate allegedly swindled $1.1m from disabled people and carers and bought luxury cars with the funds. Australian federal police arrested five people at two properties at Lurnea and Liverpool
A specialist legal centre that helps welfare recipients challenge robodebts and make payment claims to Centrelink fears for its future amid suggestions the New South Wales government has cut its funding.
A nurse who offered a bible to a cancer patient and encouraged him to sing The Lord is My Shepherd was fairly dismissed, a court has ruled. Sarah Kuteh was given the sack from her job at Darent Valley